What are “successful outcomes?”
Employers and graduate schools love the alumni of the Colleges of Distinction. That’s because these schools produce students who can think, write, speak, and reason.
But success is more than just getting a job. The alumni of these schools are also good citizens and responsible family members. They take away from their college years a sense of something bigger than themselves—something that makes them “successful” in every sense of the word.
Many of today’s jobs didn’t even exist ten years ago. Who knows what the next ten years will bring?
These graduates are prepared for anything. They are superior writers, speakers, and thinkers—because their professors have encouraged and challenged them one-on-one. They’ve had experience—through internships and advanced research. They know how to work together with diverse people—because they have been active on campus, traveled abroad, and pursued service at home.
They’re perfectly equipped to find better solutions in the workplace, and in the world.